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University Inclusive Excellence Council

University Inclusive Excellence Council

The University Inclusive Excellence Council (UIEC) is a permanent standing council of the University of Dayton, established for the purpose of advancing and supporting efforts across the University to achieve and sustain inclusive excellence.

Its primary functions include:

  • Advise the University’s president and vice president for diversity and inclusion on Universitywide strategic and organizational matters related to diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Dayton.
  • Serve as an organizational mechanism to cultivate and sustain synergy and collaboration of initiatives and programming related to diversity, equity and inclusion across the University.
  • Monitor and report on the University’s progress in the execution of the The Flyers Plan for Community Excellence, the University’s diversity, equity and inclusion strategic plan for 2020–24.
  • Make recommendations for effective internal and external communication of University initiatives in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Work to identify and advance systemic structures, practices, policies and traditions that will advance diversity, equity and inclusion, while also removing barriers of the same type.

The UIEC is divided into three standing committees to coordinate, advance and support strategic matters related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

  1. Assessment
  2. Community Diversification
  3. Professional Development

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

St. Mary's Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1626